The Community Outreach Committee is excited to share with you their newest endeavor, The Afghan Family Support Project (AFSP), which is intended to provide help and assistance to an Afghan family who has emigrated to the U.S. after the recent pull-out of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. UUFHC has partnered with the First Presbyterian Church of Bel Air and a local mosque (Harford County Education Society) to help a displaced Afghan family make a smooth adjustment to a new life in the U.S. The AFSP has also teamed with the Church World Services (CWS) group, a government-liaison organization that specializes in helping immigrant families obtain assistance from Church organized projects like the AFSP. A presentation regarding this project, and how you can help, will be the topic of this service.
Can a faith tradition remain vibrant and relevant without embracing a multicultural and multigenerational approach to dismantling white supremacy culture? Our answer is a resounding No. In this service we will explore why.
Is your circle of trust generous enough and wide enough to help you grow and learn? In this service we will explore the spiritual practice of building trust across lines of difference.
Join us to celebrate the many accomplishments of the UUFHC community in this past year. There is much for all of us to be proud of! We invite you to come and be inspired. We will explore together how we can share our gifts with the Fellowship in this year's Stewardship campaign. Our world needs the voices of a vibrant and progressive religious community more than ever. What are each of us called to give?